Rendered New Review . 8 th Grade Language Arts . What does it mean to be rendered new?. Rendered = to cause or to become; to produce a copy New = modern, present day, current, updated Therefore… Rendered New = to become modern . How can you render something new? .
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Rendered New Review
8thGrade Language Arts
Rendered = to cause or to become; to produce a copy
New = modern, present day, current, updated
Rendered New = to become modern
Take something traditional:
*traditional does not have to mean old! In this sense, it means what you would typically think of when that object/person/place etc. comes to mind
1956 Corvette -
a classic car, standard doors, frame, windows, wheels and so on. When you think of a corvette, you might think of something that looks like this.
And add a modern twist!
Although this is a corvette, like the
1956 one previously shown, it has
been updated to be “more modern”.
Identify ways this car has been
If something is rendered new, it has the basic design or concept as the traditional version, but it has been updated
Name this traditional movie
How has it been rendered new?
Think of what the comic book hero Spiderman looks like….
How is this Spiderman more modern?
Did something similar to this come to mind?
She runs for president!
She represents working women from all races and
Barbie is no longer just a pretty blonde!
Why has Barbie’s traditional image of image of being a pretty, skinny, proper young lady been rendered new to be more powerful and independent?
Can you think of any other people, places, events, movies, books, characters stories, etc. that have been rendered new? How have they been rendered new?